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Episode 36: Pushing Boulders: The Four M's of Success

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Pushing Boulders: The Four M’s of Success
In Greek Mythology, Sisyphus was the king of Ephyra (now known as Corinth). He was full of deceit and betrayed Zeus by revealing his secrets. He also tricked Hades, who was sent to chain him but instead, Hades was the one who ended up in chains. For his chro
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Pushing Boulders: The Four M’s of Success
In Greek Mythology, Sisyphus was the king of Ephyra (now known as Corinth). He was full of deceit and betrayed Zeus by revealing his secrets. He also tricked Hades, who was sent to chain him but instead, Hades was the one who ended up in chains. For his chronic deceitfulness, he was severely punished.
Each day, he was forced to push a boulder up a hill at the crack of dawn. He would toil all day long until the boulder reached the summit, where he had to endure watching it rolling back down at sunset. Instead of death, he was made to repeat this action forever each morning, starting again at the bottom. Tasks such as this which seem futile and hopeless, are called Sisyphean tasks.
Although the path toward success at times may feel Sisyphean, you are not limited to reaching just the summit. Even though the task is not easy and may seem too heavy or even impossible by reaching the summit, the boulder will then roll itself down the other side of the mountain without much help from you. But to achieve that goal, we need positive momentum.
Join Ron Bouchard and Antonio Seale as they discuss the four m’s of success.
Links to Antonio Seale
https://waypointmastermind.com/antonioseale/
Links to Ron Bouchard
info@waypointmastermind.com
833-862-2734 Waypoint
www.waypointmastermind.com
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